1958 FIFA World Cup


1958 FIFA World Cup

Infobox International Football Competition
tourney_name = FIFA World Cup
year = 1958
other_titles = Världsmästerskapet i Fotboll
Sverige 1958


size = 150px
caption = 1958 FIFA World Cup official logo
country = Sweden
dates = June 8June 29
confederations = 3
num_teams = 16
venues = 12
cities = 12
champion = Brazil
champion-flagvar = 1889
count = 1
second = Sweden
third = France
fourth = West Germany
matches = 35
goals = 126
attendance = 919580
top_scorer = flagicon|FRA Just Fontaine (13 goals)
The 1958 FIFA World Cup, the sixth staging of the World Cup, was hosted by Sweden from June 8 to June 29. Sweden was chosen as hosts by FIFA in June 1950. It was won by Brazil, who beat Sweden 5-2 in the final for their first title. The World Cup marked the debut on the world stage of 17-year-old Pelé, who would grow to be considered by many as the greatest footballer of all time.

Qualification

This World Cup saw the entry and qualification of the Soviet Union for the first time, and the qualification of all the United Kingdom's Home Nations: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, with Northern Ireland eliminating Italy for the first (and only) time in the competition's history.

Aside from the main European zone matches, Wales, which finished second in its group behind Czechoslovakia, were drawn into a play-off with Israel after Israel won their group without playing a match due to the withdrawals of the three opponents, Turkey, Indonesia and Sudan. FIFA had imposed a rule that no team would qualify without playing at least one match because many teams qualified for previous World Cups without playing due to withdrawals of their opponents. Wales won the play-off and qualified.

On February 8, in Solna, Lennart Hyland and Sven Jerring presented the results of the draw where the qualified teams were divided into four groups. There was no actual seeding, apart from each group containing one western European team, one eastern European team, one of the fourBritish teams that had qualified, and one from Latin America. [ [http://www.fifa.com/mm/document/fifafacts/mcwc/ip-201_10e_fwcdraw-history_8842.pdf History of the World Cup Final Draw] ]

ummary

The format of the competition changed from 1954: 16 teams still competed in four groups of four, but this time each team played each of the other teams in its group at least once, without extra time in the event of a draw. Instead, if second and third place finished on the same points, then there would be a play-off with the winner going through. If a play-off resulted in a draw, then goal average from the group games would have been used to determine who went through to the next round. If the goal averages were equal then lots would have been drawn. If the first two teams finished on equal points then goal average would decide who was placed first and second. These arrangements had not been finalised by the time the tournament started and were still being debated as it progressed. The organizing committee even released press statements stating that goal average would be counted before resorting to playoffs. However this idea was eventually rejected.

In Group 4, Pelé did not play until the last of Brazil's group games, against the Soviet Union. He failed to score, but Brazil won the game 2-0 (much thanks to an impessive exhibition of dribbling prowess by his partner Garrincha) and the group by two points. Previously, they had drawn 0-0 with England in what was the first ever goalless game in World Cup history. Eventually, the Soviet Union and England went to a playoff game, in which Anatoli Ilyin scored in the 67th minute to knock England out, while Austria had already been eliminated. The English side had been weakened by the Munich Air Disaster which killed 3 internationals on the books of Manchester United, including England's young star Duncan Edwards.

Playoffs were also needed in Group 1 (Northern Ireland beat Czechoslovakia to join the defending champions West Germany in the quarter-finals) and Group 3 (Wales topped Hungary to advance with hosts Sweden). Hungary had become a spent force after their appearance in the final of the previous tournament. They had lost their best players two years before, when they fled in the wake of the failed uprising against the communist regime. In a rather restrictive sense, from the 1954 team, only goalkeeper Gyula Grosics, defender Jozsef Bozsik and forward Nándor Hidegkuti remained.

Of the British nations, it was arguably Scotland who had the toughest group, having to face Yugoslavia, Paraguay, and France. France topped Group 2, with Just Fontaine netting six goals. Yugoslavia finished second, while Scotland came in last.

The quarter-finals saw France's Just Fontaine continue in similar form to the group stage, managing another two goals as France triumphed over Northern Ireland. West Germany's Helmut Rahn put them into the semi-finals with a single goal against Yugoslavia, while Sweden went though at the expense of USSR. The other game in the quarter-finals saw Pelé score the only goal against Wales.

In the semi-finals, Sweden continued their strong run as they defeated West Germany 3-1 in a vicious game that saw the German player Erich Juskowiak sent off (the first ever German player to be sent off in an international game) and German team captain Fritz Walter injured, which further weakened the German team (substitutes were first allowed in the 1970 FIFA World Cup).

While another goal from Fontaine of France added to his impressive tally, it was not enough to prevent Brazil thundering into the Final as a Pelé hat-trick gave them a 5-2 victory. The French were effectively down to ten men from the 30th minute onwards when their most experienced defender and captain Robert Jonquet got incapacitated after a clash with Vavá. The third place match saw Fontaine score four more goals as they beat the Germans 6-3. This brought his total to 13 goals in one competition, a record that still has not been broken.

The final was played in Solna, in the Råsunda Stadium, as 50,000 people watched in amazement as the Brazilians went a goal down after four minutes. The Brazilians were not dismayed, and Vavá equalised shortly afterwards and then put them a goal ahead before half time. In the second half Pelé outshone everyone, notching up two goals, including the first one where he lobbed the ball over Bengt Gustavsson then followed it with a precise volley shot. Zagallo added a goal in between, and Sweden managed a consolation goal. But the game really belonged to Pelé, and the Jules Rimet trophy belonged to Brazil - the World Cup winners.

Venues

A record of twelve cities hosted the tournament:

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date = 1958-06-08
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRA
score = 7 – 3
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team2 = fb|PAR
goals1 = Fontaine goal|24 goal|30 goal|67
Piantoni goal|52
Wisnieski goal|61
Kopa goal|70
Vincent goal|83
goals2 = Amarilla goal|20 goal|44|pen.
Romero goal|50
stadium = Idrottsparken, Norrköping
attendance = 16,500
referee = Gardeazabal (Spain)
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date = 1958-06-08
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 1 – 1
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team2 = fb|SCO
goals1 = Petaković goal|6
goals2 = Murray goal|49
stadium = Arosvallen, Västerås
attendance = 9,500
referee = Wyssling (Switzerland)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-11
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|YUG
score = 3 – 2
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1388/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|FRA
goals1 = Petaković goal|16
Veselinović goal|63 goal|88
goals2 = Fontaine goal|4 goal|85
stadium = Arosvallen, Västerås
attendance = 12,000
referee = Griffiths (Wales)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-11
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|PAR
score = 3 – 2
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1423/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|SCO
goals1 = Agüero goal|4
goal|45
Parodi goal|73
goals2 = Mudie goal|24
Collins goal|74
stadium = Idrottsparken, Norrköping
attendance = 12,000
referee = Orlandini (Italy)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRA
score = 2 – 1
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1387/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|SCO
goals1 = Piantoni goal|22
Fontaine goal|44
goals2 = Baird goal|58
stadium = Eyravallen, Örebro
attendance = 13,500
referee = Brozzi (Argentina)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|PAR
score = 3 – 3
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1426/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Parodi goal|20
Agüero goal|52
Romero goal|80
goals2 = Ognjanović goal|18
Veselinović goal|21
Rajkov goal|73
stadium = Tunavallen, Eskilstuna
attendance = 12,000
referee = Macko (Czechoslovakia)

France were placed first on goal average.

Group 3

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date = 1958-06-08
time = 14:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 3 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1415/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|MEX|1934
goals1 = Simonsson goal|17 goal|64
Liedholm goal|57|pen.
goals2 =
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 45,000
referee = Latychev (Soviet Union)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-08
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1957
score = 1 – 1
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1407/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|WAL
goals1 = Bozsik goal|5
goals2 = J. Charles goal|27
stadium = Jernvallen, Sandviken
attendance = 20,000
referee = Codesal (Uruguay)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-11
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|MEX|1934
score = 1 – 1
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1418/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|WAL
goals1 = Belmonte goal|89
goals2 = I. Allchurch goal|32
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 25,000
referee = Lemesic (Yugoslavia)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-12
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 2 – 1
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1406/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|HUN|1957
goals1 = Hamrin goal|34 goal|55
goals2 = Tichy goal|77
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 40,000
referee = Mowat (Scotland)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 14:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 0 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1438/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|WAL
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 35,000
referee = Van Nuffel (Belgium)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|HUN|1957
score = 4 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1403/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|MEX|1934
goals1 = Tichy goal|19 goal|46
Sándor goal|54
Bencsics goal|69
goals2 =
stadium = Jernvallen, Sandviken
attendance = 13,300
referee = Eriksson (Finland)

Play-off

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date = 1958-06-17
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|WAL
score = 2 – 1
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team2 = fb|HUN|1957
goals1 = I. Allchurch goal|55
Medwin goal|76
goals2 = Tichy goal|33
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 20,000
referee = Latychev (Soviet Union)

Group 4

footballbox
date = 1958-06-08
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|BRA|1889
score = 3 – 0
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team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Mazola goal|38 goal|89
Nílton Santos goal|49
goals2 =
stadium = Rimnersvallen, Uddevalla
attendance = 25,000
referee = Guigue (France)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-08
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|URS|1955
score = 2 – 2
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1372/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 = Simonyan goal|13
A. Ivanov goal|55
goals2 = Kevan goal|66
Finney goal|85|pen.
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 45,000
referee = Zsolt (Hungary)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-11
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|BRA|1889
score = 0 – 0
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team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 30,000
referee = Dusch (West Germany)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-11
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|URS|1955
score = 2 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1332/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Ilyin goal|15
V. Ivanov goal|62
goals2 =
stadium = Ryavallen, Borås
attendance = 22,000
referee = Jorgensen (Denmark)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|ENG
score = 2 – 2
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1327/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|AUT
goals1 = Haynes goal|56
Kevan goal|73
goals2 = Koller goal|16
Körner goal|70
stadium = Ryavallen, Borås
attendance = 16,800
referee = Bronkhorst (Netherlands)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-15
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|BRA|1889
score = 2 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1344/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|URS|1955
goals1 = Vavá goal|2 goal|65
goals2 =
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 50,000
referee = Guigue (France)

Play-off

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date = 1958-06-17
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|URS
score = 1 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1373/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 = Ilyin goal|68
goals2 =
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 23,180
referee = Dusch (West Germany)

Knockout stage

Round8-with third
19 June – Malmö|fb|FRG|1|fb|YUG|0
19 June - Solna|fb|SWE|2|fb|URS|1955|0
19 June - Norrköping|fb|FRA|4|fb|NIR|0
19 June - Gothenburg|fb|BRA|1889|1|fb|WAL|0
24 June - Gothenburg|fb|FRG|1|fb|SWE|3
24 June – Solna|fb|FRA|2|fb|BRA|1889|5
29 June – Solna|fb|SWE|2|fb|BRA|1889|5
28 June - Gothenburg|fb|FRG|3|fb|FRA|6

Quarter-finals

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date = 1958-06-19
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRA
score = 4 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1385/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|NIR
goals1 = Wisnieski goal|22
Fontaine goal|55 goal|63
Piantoni goal|68
goals2 =
stadium = Idrottsparken, Norrköping
attendance = 12,000
referee = Gardeazabal (Spain)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-19
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 2 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1437/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|URS|1955
goals1 = Hamrin goal|49
Simonsson goal|88
goals2 =
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 45,000
referee = Leafe (England)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-19
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|BRA|1889
score = 1 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1345/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|WAL
goals1 = Pelé goal|66
goals2 =
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 25,000
referee = Seipelt (Austria)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-19
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 1 – 0
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1392/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Rahn goal|12
goals2 =
stadium = Malmö Stadion, Malmö
attendance = 20,000
referee = Wyssling (Switzerland)

emi-finals

footballbox
date = 1958-06-24
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRA
score = 2 – 5
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1340/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|BRA|1889
goals1 = Fontaine goal|9
Piantoni goal|83
goals2 = Vavá goal|2
Didi goal|39
Pelé goal|52 goal|64 goal|75
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 27,000
referee = Griffiths (Wales)
----footballbox
date = 1958-06-24
time = 19:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 1 – 3
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1390/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Schäfer goal|24
goals2 = Skoglund goal|32
Gren goal|81
Hamrin goal|88
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 50,000
referee = Zsolt (Hungary)

Third place match

footballbox
date = 1958-06-28
time = 17:00
team1 = fb-rt|FRG
score = 3 – 6
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1382/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|FRA
goals1 = Cieslarczyk goal|18
Rahn goal|52
Schäfer goal|84
goals2 = Fontaine goal|16 goal|36 goal|78 goal|89
Kopa goal|27|pen.
Douis goal|50
stadium = Ullevi, Gothenburg
attendance = 25,000
referee = Brozzi (Argentina)

Final

footballbox
date = 1958-06-29
time = 15:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 2 – 5
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1343/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|BRA|1889
goals1 = Liedholm goal|4
Simonsson goal|80
goals2 = Vavá goal|9 goal|32
Pelé goal|55 goal|90
Zagallo goal|68
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 51,800
referee = Maurice Guigue (France)

Awards

corers

;13 goals
*flagicon|FRA Just Fontaine

;6 goals
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Pelé
*flagicon|FRG Helmut Rahn

;5 goals
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Vavá
*flagicon|NIR Peter McParland

;4 goals
*flagicon|TCH Zdeněk Zikán
*flagicon|HUN|1957 Lajos Tichy
*flagicon|SWE Kurt Hamrin
*flagicon|SWE Agne Simonsson

;3 goals
*flagicon|ARG|alt Omar Oreste Corbatta
*flagicon|FRA Raymond Kopa
*flagicon|FRA Roger Piantoni
*flagicon|FRG Hans Schäfer
*flagicon|YUG Todor Veselinović

;2 goals
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Mazola
*flagicon|TCH Milan Dvořák
*flagicon|TCH Václav Hovorka
*flagicon|ENG Derek Kevan
*flagicon|FRA Maryan Wisnieski
*flagicon|FRG Uwe Seeler
*flagicon|PAR Juan Agüero
*flagicon|PAR Florencio Amarilla
*flagicon|PAR José Parodi
*flagicon|PAR Jorge Lino Romero
*flagicon|URS Anatoli Ilyin
*flagicon|SWE Nils Liedholm
*flagicon|WAL Ivor Allchurch
*flagicon|YUG Aleksandar Petaković

;1 goal
*flagicon|ARG|alt Ludovico Avio
*flagicon|ARG|alt Norberto Menéndez
*flagicon|AUT Karl Koller
*flagicon|AUT Alfred Körner
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Didi
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Nílton Santos
*flagicon|BRA|1889 Mário Zagallo
*flagicon|TCH Jiří Feureisl

*flagicon|ENG Tom Finney
*flagicon|ENG Johnny Haynes
*flagicon|FRA Yvon Douis
*flagicon|FRA Jean Vincent
*flagicon|FRG Hans Cieslarczyk
*flagicon|HUN|1957 József Bencsics
*flagicon|HUN|1957 József Bozsik
*flagicon|HUN|1957 Károly Sándor
*flagicon|MEX|1934 Jaime Belmonte
*flagicon|NIR Wilbur Cush
*flagicon|PAR Cayetano Ré
*flagicon|SCO Sammy Baird
*flagicon|SCO Bobby Collins
*flagicon|SCO Jackie Mudie
*flagicon|SCO Jimmy Murray
*flagicon|URS Aleksandr Ivanov
*flagicon|URS Valentin Ivanov
*flagicon|URS Nikita Simonyan
*flagicon|SWE Gunnar Gren
*flagicon|SWE Lennart Skoglund
*flagicon|WAL John Charles
*flagicon|WAL Terry Medwin
*flagicon|YUG Radivoje Ognjanović
*flagicon|YUG Zdravko Rajkov

ee also

*Conspiracy 58

References

External links

* [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/index.html 1958 FIFA World Cup on FIFA.com]
* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/58full.html Details at RSSSF]
* [http://homepages.enterprise.net/eico/1958.htm History of the World Cup-1958]


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